Everyone Can Create- Teacher Guide

The Teacher Guide

The Everyone Can Create: Teacher Guide is a brilliant free resource for classroom teachers and parents who home school.

The guide maximises the ability of eBook formats with intergrated video tutorials, voice notes and external links to help with every aspect of the Everyone Can Create series.

There is also the Everyone Can Create Teacher Guide for Early Leaners that models more simple skills linked to the EYSF curriculum and Early Learning Goals. The guide still includes intergration ideas for the four elements of Video, Drawing, Photo and Music but re-focuses young learners with increasing their engagement with the environment around them and supports boosting communication skills. If you teach in Early Years check out the guides and publications by Marc Faulder here.

Everyone Can Create Teacher Guide

The layout of the guides follows a simple structure and easy-to-follow flow which sets out clear lesson objects and ‘what a good one looks like’ evidence for each unit. You can map the skills taught in each of the Everyone Can Create guides into the National Curriculum Computing framework.

Download an example of Skills Progression and Framework for the UK National Curriculum using the Everyone Can Create guides here.

Computing National Curriculum Skills Progression linked to Apple’s Everyone Can Create Guides

Published by Mr K Education

Tom Konsek is an Apple Distinguished Educator and Primary school teacher in the East Midlands, UK. He shares his innovative ideas about curriculum and technology via his blog.

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